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Meeting Agenda


May 15, 2012

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1:00 – 5:00 p.m. on May 15, 2012, The Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University, 7th Floor State Room, 1957 E St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20052

Agenda item

Suggested by

Responsible

1. Introductions

 

Robert Downes, Chair

2. Minutes of March 20, 2012 Advisory Committee

State Department

 

3. Update on preparations for the Doha UPU Congress and review of 2012 regional postal meetings

State Department

Dennis Delehanty

4. Review of updated draft U.S. Strategic Plan for the UPU 2013-2016

State Department et al

Dennis Delehanty

5. Review of selected major proposals for consideration by the Doha Congress

State Department

General discussion

6. Draft proposals for possible submission to the Doha Congress suggested by Advisory Committee members

6a. Comments by the U.S. Postal Service

6b. General Discussion

State Department/Various Commentators

General discussion

7. Draft proposals for submission to the Doha Congress generated by USG agencies

State Department/
U.S. Postal Service

General discussion

8. Private Sector Advisors on U.S. delegation to the Doha Congress

State Department

Robert Downes

9. Draft Proposals for possible submission to the Doha Congress relating to financial services.

State Department et al

General discussion

10. Any other business

   
     

Reference documents for meeting

0 -  Meeting Agenda, May 15, 2012

2 - Minutes of March 20, 2012 Advisory Committee Meeting

3 - Updated Doha UPU Congress Timetable and Committee Responsibilities

4 - Edited Draft U.S. Strategic Plan for the UPU 2013-2016

5 - Selected Major Proposals for Consideration by the Doha Congress

6a - Comments by the U.S. Postal Service

7 - Draft Proposals for Submission to the Doha Congress Generated by USG Agencies



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